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Anna Forslund: Writing

Freshman Anna Forslund enjoys writing on her own time, and in the poem below, titled “Love Story,” Forslund tells the story of her great grandma and grandpa’s love. Forslund adds more in the writer’s note below. “My great grandma died last year on Wednesday January 7th, 2015,” Forslund said. “She …

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Raye Ebensteiner: Writing

“In a Man’s World” Seated desks and fluorescent lights Executive meetings and jury duties Dark alleys in the night Girls don’t have cooties. Wage gap, endearing names, doing favors Cooking dinner, cleaning the kitchen, keeping him satisfied She and he, hands raise. The father calls on him, For the stronger, …

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Drew Cairns: Writing

“The Power of Music” – Drew Cairns Journey back with me through the past fifteen years. And while there may be pleasant thoughts and memories, there are still terrible instances that come to mind. The 9/11 attacks. The Boston Marathon bombing. The Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting. And even just …

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The start of finals week

Varying levels of stress and dread fill students, as the first day of finals week begins. Classes are attended, projects turned in and quizzes taken, all as students and teachers prepare for the three days of testing that will occur at the end of the week. Though there is much …

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Psychology students work on final projects

As the bell to signal the end of second period finishes sounding, students gather in the campus room, along hallways and in clusters around the gym: the usual hot spots during FLEX time. Today, a group of about 20 students are meeting in the health room, randomly selected to participate …

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